Geographical distribution of Ebola virus disease cases, DRC and Uganda
This page provides the latest available information on the geographical distribution of Ebola virus disease cases in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Uganda. It is based on updates from WHO and the Ministry of Health of DRC and it is updated weekly (together with the ECDC weekly threats report) or more often, e.g. when information on new areas with cases is available.
Situation update, 13 September 2019
DRC: Since the previous CDTR and as of 11 September 2019, the Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have reported 43 additional confirmed cases and two probable cases. During the same period, 23 deaths among confirmed cases were reported.
Uganda: The case reported on 29 August 2019 in Kasese District in Uganda died on 30 August. This case was infected in North-Kivu (DRC).
Geographical distribution of confirmed and probable cases of Ebola virus disease, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda as of 11 September 2019
Ebola Virus Disease case distribution in DRC as of 11 September 2019
|Country/Area||Number of confirmed cases||Number of probable cases||Confirmed and probable cases||Number of deaths|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||2988||111||3099||2077|
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